Musculoskeletal Radiology is a single-source guide encompassing all of musculoskeletal imaging, examining classical diseases, as well as modern interpretations of disease. In-depth coverage of MRI and uses a basic "hands on"’ approach to MRI for exploring the knee, shoulder, wrist, elbow, ankle, and foot.
Other topics include:
- additional chapters on MRI’s
- congenital and pediatric disease
- metabolic bone disease
- lumbosacral spine
- musculoskeletal processes involving the spine
- common musculoskeletal diseases and uncommon conditions
Illustrated with over 1000 high-definition images, this volume is a complete stand-alone reference for anyone interested in musculoskeletal disease.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Trauma, Arthritis, Infection, Metabolic, Congenital and Developmental, Tumors, Orthopedic Hardware and Their Complications, MRI, Lumbar Spine.
HARRY GRIFFITHS is Professor of Radiology, University of Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Dr. Griffiths received his M.D. from Guy’s School of Medicine, London, UK. Throughout his career, Dr. Griffiths has traveled the world as a visiting professor, teaching in Sweden, Norway, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore, and Hong Kong. He has been given honorary fellowships to both the Royal Australasian Radiological Society and Finnish Radiological Society. Dr. Griffiths’s specialty is in diagnostic radiology, and his primary interests include topics such as MRI, tumors, Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD), and sports medicine. He has contributed to over 200 publications on radiological and orthopedic case studies and research.